A Case of Imagination

A Case of Imagination

eBook - 2006
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On this nice July morning in Parkland, North Carolina, the office of Madeline Maclin Investigations might as well have been an Egyptian tomb: hot, dusty, and dead. It doesn't help that her landlord Reid Kent, does a brisk business and briskly hits on Mac to rejoin his agency. He maintains no one will hire a former Miss Parkland as a serious PI. Mac has been friends forever with Jerry Fairweather. Jerry claims to be psychic and is, unlike his two brothers, somewhat screwy. And he refuses to claim a share in the Fairweather fortune. But he shares some good news with Mac: his Uncle Val has died and left him a house. The two friends drive out to Celosia, a half hour away, where they discover a local beauty pageant in trouble and a house just perfect for setting up shop. A Psychic Shop. The arrival of lawyer Olivia, Jerry's shark-like girlfriend, rouses both Mac's interest in the mystery at the pageant and the one in her own heart. And then comes the first murder. A Case of Imagination is Jane Tesh's playful first mystery, the start of a series by an author who admires Terry Pratchett, Martha Grimes, Carl Hiaasen, and P.G. Wodehouse.
Publisher: Scottsdale, AZ : Poisoned Pen Press, [2006], ©2006
Edition: First U.S. edition
ISBN: 9781615952137
9781590582190
Branch Call Number: FICTION Tes
Description: 1 online resource (229 pages)
Additional Contributors: Freading (Firm)

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rlbecker Jul 01, 2011

his is a quick, quirky and fun read. It is based in North Carolina and stars beauty pageant winner and artist turned private eye Madeline Maclin and her best friend Jerry. They solve the murder of a beauty pageant contestant and another killing. The characters are funny and endearing.

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